Deep Down’s armor equipment divided into several parts
posted on 12.05.13 at 06:00 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Invoke different skills depending on the combination of parts equipped.

This week’s Deep Down Facebook update is all about armor.

The armor players can equip are divided into several parts, like the head and arms, and depending on the combination of parts equipped, different skills can be invoked.

Given that you’re reading the memories of stone statues to go into dungeons, the weapons and armor the player can equip chronicle the era of the statue you read.

The armor design provided above is based on 15th Century Europe.

From the plated armor made of plentiful sheet metal to the equipment using quilt to soften enemy attacks, the armor is made to have a realistic representation.

Deep Down is a free-to-play title for PlayStation 4. A release date has not been set.

  • Invisbin

    Im liking this more and more :3

    • Budgiecat

      And that’s not all! Wait till we get to the awesome pay to win microtransactions and limited play times!

      • HighBrowDrifter

        Uhhh….don’t even get Puss started. Don’t mind microtransactions, but limited play times would suck hairy Houdini…..well, you know.


        • True Gamer

          have ya’ll played warframe? personally the game is awesome, but when I found out that I needed to pay shit loads of “real money” to get great weapons I lost hope. But the gameplay keeps bringing me back. BTW playing on the PS4 and not PC.

          • ElijahiB88

            You do know you can buy weapon blueprints, right?Same goes for warframes, sentinels and almost everything else. The only thing you would need real money for is to buy warframe and item slots.

            • True Gamer

              I am glad you mentioned that, I literally spotted that in the in game market place. It would seem as though I have my weekend cut out for me. Oh, as for the warframes, if I sell the current warframe I am using, would there be an option to pic another one? Theres an option like that in the inventory section.

  • Zefhar

    I see, kinda combining FF materia to get new materia. Me likey!

  • Budgiecat

    Looks very Demon’s Souls

    • Jay

      Are you sure you played Demon’s Souls…

  • Kobracon

    Those helmets look really dumb imo….

  • True Gamer

    I was hoping this game came out before next year so it could hold me over till dark souls 2 came out. By then I was going to drop this game like a bad habit lol ‘J/K’. However, because it is free and dark souls may be out around the same time I will play them both, but play dark souls 2 even more ^_^

  • Ace

    Don’t half ass it Capcom, you should have just called it DeepThroat.

  • icup ✔️

    looks more like Derp Down…

  • $83030187

    Y’all can have this.

    I’ll stick to my Souls, which doesn’t have microtransactions and doesn’t look quite so herpy derpy doo.

    • captainhowdy

      Yeah. I’m starting to get less hype for this, the armor looks lame and there not showing to much of this. Why didn’t they keep it like before? The first trailer got me so hype.

  • LunarHaven

    Wow pathetic designs, the only good one is the Demon’s Souls ripoff one… Capcom, try harder, get a team with passion…

    • ChiffonCake

      Just so you know, Demon’s Souls didn’t invent full plate armor.

      • icup ✔️

        some were standard out of a history book but others were stylized designs.

      • LunarHaven

        Of course, that’s the sad part of it, Demon’s ”signature” armor only has a few unique elements to it, it’s pretty cliche too, so when you see something that isn’t too unique get it’s small unique ideas ripped off, it’s kind of sad lol

  • Vernauth

    i wish dragon dogma 2 had that kind of armor design